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What is the ideal role of government in society? What is a public good? How come markets work in certain circumstances, but not in others? Why are some laws difficult to implement? How can India become a developed country?
We are back with the third edition of epolicy for Young Leaders; a two-day online certificate course introducing students and young professionals to public policy.
Our aim is to provide you with a first look at public policy, with expert interaction and an opportunity to network with the Centre for Civil Society’s alumni base of over 8,000 students and young professionals.
Applications are now open!
We only accept 30 participants in each course so block your seats now!
Mariadas Ruthnaswamy: Liberal Educationalist, Statesman and Writer | Spontaneous Order
Few have had such a varied and distinguished public service spanning a few decades. Ruthnaswamy was a leading educationist and professor of Indian history and politics, liberal thinker, constitutionalist, politician, parliamentarian, erudite orator, editor, administrator, and author. He was founding Vice President of Swatantra Party and represented the party form Madras State in the Upper House (Rajya Sabha) of the Parliament for two terms.
Panchayat: Less Swaraj, More Raj | Spontaneous Order
Set in the backdrop of Phulera, a nondescript village in Ballia, Uttar Pradesh, Panchayat is a sharp commentary on the functioning of local governance in India. The storyline follows the travails of Abhishek Mishra, a frustrated lower-middle-class Delhite who reluctantly joins the village as the Panchayat Secretary while aspiring for landing admission in the MBA program. In contrast to the cliched Bollywood productions, Panchayat presents a fairly accurate portrait of a remote Hindi-belt village, with all its quirks and problems.
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